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Shana Tovah from Head of School Rabbi Ed Harwitz
Shana Tovah from Head of School Rabbi Ed Harwitz
During the coming days, Jews throughout the world will celebrate Rosh HaShanah with the sounding of the Shofar -- a sound that calls us to a higher aspiration and asks us to commit ourselves to a year that is not only pleasant but one that is filled with meaning, purpose, and service to causes greater than ourselves.

As we enter 5779 and begin a new school year, students and teachers at The Weber School are newly committed to directing our teaching and learning toward the higher aspiration represented by the Shofar's call. From the moment that they enter high school through their graduation, Weber students learn not only with a concern for personal achievement and success but with the determination to serve causes greater than their own self-interest.

I feel blessed to work every day with a uniquely dedicated and creative faculty and staff, committed and energetic students, supportive and engaged parents, and a broader Jewish community that recognizes and invests in the Weber School. Working together, the new year of 5779 promises to be a time where all of us at Weber continue to create and experience new and exciting opportunities.

With deep appreciation and gratitude for students, families and dedicated teachers and staff of The Weber School, I wish all of you L'Shanah Tovah u'metukah -- best wishes for a happy and sweet new year, and a year filled with continued growth and change.